Korean YouTube stars Minji Sung and Lydia Choi also known as Roaming Koreanas seemed to have had a great time “reacting” to four Kapamilya celebrity teen couples.
During the 10-minute video, the two ladies were shown at least two pictures of each love team to comment on how they look, whether they look good together and to guess their respective ages.
The first couple shown to them was KathNiel composed of Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla.
Both of them thought Daniel “looks so young” but “his eyes make him look older.”
The two thought that Kathryn was pretty but they suggested that her hairstyle and make up in one of the photos make her look old. However, the two thought that they look good together.
In fact, during the latter part of their video, they both revealed that KathNiel was their favorite among the four couples.
“I think they shot a movie together also so they’re pretty much good and perfect together,” said MJ.
The second teen couple they reacted on was LizQuen composed of Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil.
Lydia immediately recognized Enrique just a few moments after seeing his first photo as the guy that “sings the shake shake fries theme song.”
The two ladies were left astounded upon seeing Liza’s photo that their only comment was “Wow!”
“She’s really pretty. Is she his girlfriend?” Lydia asked.
Minji added about the Forevermore actress, “Like a model. Her eyes, her smile. She’s really pretty.”
The third couple they saw were the Para Sa Hopeless Romantic stars JulNigo composed of Julia Barretto and Iñigo Pascual.
Upon seeing his photo, Lydia was convinced that Iñigo looks like Jacob in Twilight Saga played by Taylor Lautner. Meanwhile they thought Julia’s face looks very natural Filipina.
The last couple they saw are the On The Wings of Love stars James Reid and Nadine Lustre also known as JaDine.
Minji, after seeing James’s topless photo, thought “He’s hot and he’s cute.” On the other hand, they also noticed the fact that Nadine and Kathryn look alike. Minji commented that Nadine somehow looks like an East Asian.
According to their YouTube profile, the Roaming Koreanas started documenting their explorations in the Philippines last February out of “love” and their desire to “share the Filipino culture to others.”